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? >> marty is currently enjoying the sunshine and tim williams is in the first warning weather center. >>> well, good afternoon, don. the first gauge on how the weather is to see how marty's dressed. sleeves are rolled up. that's for good reason. we're at 79 degrees. 68 is the cooler spot in oakland. 80-degrees is the warmer spot. if it feels a little more delightful today, that's around 10 degrees cooler than this time yesterday. yesterday, we were pushing 90 degrees at the noon hour. today, we're ten degrees below that. how does it play into the weekend ahead. we'll send it to marty now. >>> what's the current dew point? yesterday, it was 68. >> i'll have it for you before you're finished. >> we have a few graphics for you, folks. it's a very, very simple out look. in the short term, take a look. we have high pressure and a big dome of high pressure running the weather. i have news for you. for the future, that same high will run the show. the next graphic shows, it will be sliding offshore. when it does, that's when we'll see the humidity and the temperatures starting to rise again
as well. and we have marty bass in the outback and meelings tim will -- meteorologist tim williams. >> we have another summer like, june like afternoon shaping up. i want to show you temperatures for your thursday. 9 -- 89 at bwi-marshall. we have 79 in oakland. today is a little bit warmer than this time yesterday by seven degrees, seven degrees warmer. what that means as far as a heat index, it feels like 92. not a drastic change but we have a code orange air quality in effect for central maryland. that is because of course spruce the heat and the -- the heat and the pollution interacts. if you're in the sensitive group, people who are bothered by the ozone, today is the day to stay indoors. for more, let's send it out to marty. >> good afternoon everybody. water bottle. that's not a bad thing to have this day and keep it handy through the weekend but not necessarily tomorrow. it's because of possible showers later this day. we got a frontal boundary that is basically sit being right on top of the area. i want to go to first warning doppler radar. we're going to have high pressure. it's
. marty is in the outback. >> what a spectacular day we're getting outside. marty and i were talking earlier. if real -- it really feels like the beginning of football weather. it's 83 in baltimore. 86 in d.c. take a look closer. for the immediate metro area we're at 80 degrees and the dew points are low. the humidity continues to run low because of that but not that far away. here's the next round of heat. it is moving our way. we'll have or coming up. also, this is summertime. here's marty. >>> we're talking about the tropics. i want to show you a big picture of the intertropical convergence zone. there's a tropical low right now that is sitting near the yucatan peninsula. the national hurricane center is taking more than just lap glancing look at this low. if it does get across the yucatan it could pose a threat to the southern coastline. i mean -- by the way, the storm would get the name don. i've got a storm named after me. looking at the possible strike location. it's a wide path we're looking at. however, with computer technology and just using common sens you almost -- sense,
of just such a biography, dr. martin marty, who is professor emeritus of history at the university -- of religious history at the university of chicago, as many of you already well know. and he has written a biography of dietrich bonhoeffer's letters and papers from prison. it's one of three books that's kicking off a series of such books from princeton university press. and to start our discussion, i want to read the press' description of what they're trying to do and then ask dr. marty to comment on it. they say that this new series recounting the complex and fascinating histories of important religious texts written for general readers by leading authors and experts is intended to trace how their reception, interpretation and influence have changed over time. often radically. as these stories remind us, all great religious books are living things whose careers in the world can take the most unexpected turns. now, dr. marty, you've also recently completed and published a biography of martin luther, a lutheran who somewhat predated dietrich bonhoeffer. [laughter] what's the differ
shortly. >>> all right, thank you, marty. stay with us for the first warning weather coverage. >>> police in macon, georgia are trying to solve the murder of a howard county woman there. investigators are looking for the rest of her body. the 27-year-old graduate of howard county high school disappeared on june 26th. part of her body has been found. >>> new developments in the unsolved murder of phylicia barnes here. mike schuh is in the newsroom with an update. >> reporter: the agents are pursuing a child pornography investigation. it could be tied to her e-mail and facebook account. she went missing in december. her body was found later in the susquehanna river. the authorities are searching for accounts and an aol account. they're looking at evidence and distribution and possession of child pornography. no word if the e-mail and facebook accounts provide any useful information. >>> the police investigators labeled her death a murder and refused to say how she was killed. >>> bad news for the economy on the job front today. june unemployment numbers showed that hiring took a dive. this
comfortable afternoon today and what else can we expect this week? we'll send it out to marty. >>> let's clarify. i will deal with hot, humid days. but, wow, what a change since i came to work at 4:30 this morning. it as all because of a great lakes dome of high pressure. it's only going to get nicer each hour. what a lovely evening coming up, but i've got the now job this noon hour. i've got to show you the national temperature map. take a look at the colors. there's another pocket of hot air and it's moving our way, so we want you to enjoy this day. keep it in the back of your mind we will have to hunker down as we move into the weekend. bernadette woods with those details coming up shortly. now from the gorgeous outback, we'll throw this back inside. >>> things may be cooling off, but thousands of bge customers are still hot from their air conditioner being turned off. the state's utility watch dog is looking into the company's actions. >>> still to come on wjz eyewitness news at noon, massacre in norway. police address the possibility that the admitted killer wasn't working alone.
will it get? we have marty bass in the outback and bernadette woods joining us. >> good afternoon. we're going to start out with temperatures. it's already 88 degrees in baltimore and 90 in washington, d.c. even in the mountains approaching 80 degrees. notice the dew point, 71. that's a high level for a dew point. that's why the air is so thick outside. it makes it feel like 94 in baltimore. the heat is on. it's going to continue for a little bit. here's marty. >> thank you. of course, with heat we get some stagnant air. we have a watch, warning and advisory graphic. code red advisory in effect for the baltimore metro region and up the i-95 corridor. closer to washington, d.c., it's a code orange. we don't have good air over our slice of the mid-atlantic today. tomorrow much of the same, as we see heat and humidity increase. we could be real close to 100 degrees tomorrow and break a record that goes back to the early part of the last century. bernadette woods will have that discussion and we'll talk about some really nice relief coming our way. back to you. >>> more roadwork in preparation for
it all be this nice. we have a few happy people working the weather today. marty bass and tim williams in the weather center. good afternoon, tim. >>> well, good afternoon, don. it's a good afternoon, weatherwise. i don't know how you can expect to have better than this. we're looking at temperatures around the region at 80 degrees. 83 hagerstown and 84 at bwi and 81 in elkton. cooler temperatures in the highier elevations. looking down at the shore, ocean city at 81 degrees. dew points are low and that creates a low relative humidity. it's comfortable out there. the winds continuing from the northwest. that's going to change as we head into the long holiday weekend. for more on how it plays out we'll send it to marty. >> reporter: happy new month to you all. there's a big dome of high pressure giving it this bermuda high. it's slipping from the northwest and out of the south east. where's the air coming from. it's wrapping around the high. that will expand the heat in the south. that's up towards the 95 corridor. as a matter of fact, the graphic says blazing hot saturday. we're going
>>> good morning, sharon has an accident to talk about. marty has the first warning weather. >> i have an accident to talk about, my alarm clock went off this morning. i think that today is going to be a good day, coast to coast. no one has day long, really foul weather in the forecast. for here, it will be a sunny day and hot and humid. 89 at lounge and -- at lunch and on its way to it. 72 now and 87 at dinner. we're doing the fireworks downtown. it should be a gorgeous evening. >> where is the mishap? here's sharon with more. >>> hi, don, well, only one mishap at hillen road. watch for it. apparently, they're blocking the road. nothing too serious. meantime, in arbutus, there are road closures for a parade. that's going to be for the 4th of july parade. taking a live look outside, if you're heading out, you won't run into anything now. everything is wide open there at 70 and 29. no issues at 50 either. for traffic information any time, go to wjz.com. back to you. >>> thank you, so much and here's what people will be discussing today. u.s. mission in afghanistan, three united sta
debt talks. >> and stay off of four or five! good morning, i am marty gonzales. live from the kron 4 news station, this is the kron 4 news. >> 2 mi. south of berkeley there was a light earthquake tremor. with a 4 mi. radius. no injuries, no damage. let us get you caught up on this weather with a live look outside. san francisco city hall. >> janu: good morning. we're taking a live look outside at the golden gate bridge. we're not taking too much it is soft and. producing drizzle. i know that i had to use some winds of wipers and that socked in-bay area. oakland, '50's. livermore, 56 degrees in los gatos. the afternoon highs will be pretty nice with it 70's. mid-70s and napa, santa rosa, san francisco, fairfield, italy's upper 60s along the east bay. nearly upper 60s along the east bay. through los gatos and the san jose. morgan hill will be the warm spot at 82 degrees. taking a look at tuesday upper 60s, and 80s for san jose. your full forecast coming up. now, let us check back in with marty. >> marty: the investigation was found shot and a parked car. video from the scene from last
this summer. send sandusky tweeted tv. >> nexa martin marty appeared at the "chicago tribune" printers row lit fest to talk about his book, "dietrich bonhoeffer's letters and papers" a biography. it is about 45 minutes.and [applause] >> thank you very much and welcome to theop printers row lt fest. we are delighted to have this opportunity to talk with you interestingicularly book. nd helping ideaprof idea es emeritus of history at the university -- of religious history at the university of chicago, as many of you already well know. and he has written a biography of dietrich bonhoeffer's letters and papers from prison. it's one of three books that's kicking off a series of such books from princeton university press. and to start our discussion, i want to read the press' description of what they're trying to do and then ask dr. marty to comment on it. they say that this new series recounting the complex and fascinating histories of important religious texts written for general readers by leading authors and experts is intended to trace how their reception, interpretation and influence have chan
summertime dose of heat and humidity. we have marty bass pretty busy. >> thank you very much. good afternoon. suttled change in the forecast over the past hour. it's warm out there right now. 84 degrees and that's about three degrees warmer than it was at this time yesterday. heat index of 86. the jet stream is right on top of us. we're still looking at a slightly less stuffy flow out of northwest. having said that, you see at that stationary front, pretty much the proximity of the jet stream. we've had a wave form over southern ohio. now the general thinking is, i'll zoom in on this, that this wave is going to make itself -- make it over the mountains and make itself known in the mid- atlantic. the general track is going to be south but not exclusively south of the area. that's why we have our clouds in the region right now. we'll put a 50% chance of an afternoon or very early evening shower or thundershower in the forecast. i think this has cleared out by the time we start doing fireworks. 50% chance now, we may be seeing a little moisture. we'll take another look at this coming up. back t
's a picture perfect summer day. still, it's, well, if it's too hot, we could have good news on the way. marty bass is in the out back and bernadette woods is in the weather center. good afternoon, bernadette. >> good afternoon, don and everyone. we have a few showers near us. it's all part of a cold front coming through. we don't have a lot with it. as we head into the day, we have showers and thunderstorms. it's already 89 degrees outside. the big difference though, even though the temperatures are high, the dew point is down to 62 degrees. it's going to keep on falling. then, eventually, the temperatures will also follow suit. for more, we'll send it to marty in the out back. >> reporter: the weather story is in the numbers. i want to take a look at the almanac. we don't normally show you this. i want you to know, today's actual forecast, 92 degrees. the average is 87 degrees. now, we're going to give you a baseline for the rest of the five-day. we'll look at the graphic. the high pressure is going to give us -- i agree with the word, delightful conditions. we won't even blow torch into nex
a pleasant day in wjz traffic control. marty is having a pleasant one at the weather center. >> it is nine degrees cooler right now than at this time yesterday morning. humidity feels like it's down by 3,400%. going to be a great day. 67. 82 at lunch, 83 at dinner. >> we are just hearing our first accident of the morning, we're hearing about it at pulaski highway. we'll try to get you more information on that. meantime, the only other problem we have right now, art scape closures this weekend. west mount royal avenue in howard. closed between north and charles. other streets affected. charles cathedral, preston, howard and oliver. 54 and 53 miles per hour on the top and west sides of the beltway. there's a look at the harrisburg expressway. no problems on the north or southbound lanes. everything looking good on 95, south of 100. wjz13 is always on. for traffic information any time, log onto wjz.com. >>> here's what people will be talking about today. mark bidet has been stripped of his license to practice in the state of maryland. >> reporter: dr. mark bidet blasted by the board of physic
to marty. >> good afternoon. let's take a look at temperatures. something really interesting going on. the dew point dropped. if you go down towards d.c. and on either side of the bay the dew points are going to be higher. i'll explain what this means shortly. 6 degrees --86 degrees on tv hill. east phone five -- easton five degrees warmer. if you want to throw the heat index down, you can. we're under the influence of this big dome of high pressure. there's a dry slot sitting over our area. let's go to first warning doppler radar. it's clear right now. a little pop-up shower around little ray cabin. it's not impossible from baltimore on south with the higher dew points and more unstable air mass. we corks indeed, see a -- could, indeed, see a widely scattered shower, nothing severe, but we could be sitting here at 4:00 saying life is pretty good. big shot, we got the thunderstorm down here. it could be an area by area, mini region by mini region afternoon segmented forecast. we'll talk more about that coming up in our first warning weather segment. >>> baltimore city police are looki
front comes through, we'll have changes. here's marty in the outback. >> i don't really want to say cold front, more of a wind shift. let's take a look at the graphic. we could easily be in the low 90s, but it's going to be a very comfortable beautiful day with temperatures in the low 90s as opposed to wearing the air you're standing in. tomorrow and wednesday not too bad. do understand there's another blast of heat moving our way, so comfort will be short lived. bernadette woods with more on the latter heat. you got to stay tuned. we'll throw this back inside. >> please stay with wjz throughout the day both on air and online. log on to wjz.com. >>> so much for alleviating pain at the pump. gas prices around the nation have jumped nine cents over the past two weeks. the national average sup to $3.70. in maryland we're on track with the national average, which is more than a dollar we were paying this same time last year. >>> congratulations are in order for baltimore's own bucky lasek. he showed off his moves finishing 2nd and took the gold medal. >>> still to come on wjz eyewitness news
pies. >> reporter: we have marty cats here, the local food guru. tell us about the new guide that's out. >> we added 120 restaurants. we put in the new places. we took out the places that have closed. we have all of the new places around baltimore. we have suburban house and places up to frederick and the eastern shore and annapolis. >> reporter: 220 restaurants in baltimore. we try to cover everything that's important. >> reporter: that's what we do, too. >> you can buy this at our website and at bookstore. >> reporter: joe, we'll show you something good, guys. okay? >> lemon meringue pie. >> oh, check that out. >> that's always been my favorite. >> fat free? >> yes. we'll bring you back a piece. >> i have to take a big matza ball. >> well, here i am. >> oh, you got it. >> you're a "matza" ball. >> well, that's all i can say. >> reporter: have a great weekend, we'll see you in fells point. it's a manic friday. see ya. >>> ron matza ball. >> that's classic. >> we're minutes away on wjz. take a look. >> reporter: i'm mike schuh, this is nick. why is he in a shark cage in this is his offi
. marty has the weather. >> reporter: florida needs the rain. taking a look at first warning doppler weather radar, we have the area here. we all, not just north or south, will see thunderstorms. 85ality lunch and on the way to 85. we have a umbrella effect and a cool and damp day. frankly, one we've needed for a while. don, take it away. >>> here's sharon at traffic control. >>> hi, don, good morning. a lot of problems this morning. one on 100. watch for that on 100 eastbound at telegraph road and one at evergreen and holly. we have a downed tree at jarredsville. one on jarredsville pike. fire activity on shoester road. another downed tree in columbia. that's clarksville pike. all lanes blocked there. in the city, dolphin street is closed. that's for art scape. there's a look at your drive times and the speeds. heading to and from the beach, looking good. that's route 50 and the bay bridge. for traffic information any time, go to wjz.com. don, back to you. >>> here's what people are talking about this morning. the thunderstorms that went through the area. that means a lot of work in
>>> good morning, i'm jessica kartalija and we'll start with weather with marty. >>> it's great to have you here, i mean that. what we're seeing is a lot of good news. you see nothing for head and severe weather. we'll have another hot one, but not like the weekend. that's long gone. we're in the low 80s hot and humid. stuffy for sure. thundershowers later on with dinner time temperatures, 87- degree. that's dry air moving our way. it should be beautiful. >>> now, to sharon at traffic control. >>> hi, good morning, everyone. not much to worry about. the one and only accident we had is gone. leaving us fire activity to watch for. watch for equipment on east baltimore street. otherwise, speeds in the area still looking good on the major roadways. there's a live look at the beltway. it's running smoothly on the inner and outer lupe. no issues at the key bridge or on 795. remember, wjz-13 is always on, for traffic information any time, go to wjz.com. >> >> sharon, thank you. here's what people will be talking about today. the search for a missing 7 month old last seen friday night i
is watching the roads, marty is at first warning weather. >>> we'll have a few clouds around. we'll call them shade clouds this afternoon, if you will. we're in the warm and steamy flow. don't kid yourself. it's a warm and humid morning. it's a sunny and hot afternoon. you don't have to shovel sunny and your car won't slide on hot. 87 this evening. this evening, out of the glare of the sun, it will be nice. >>> you may want to grab your shades this morning here's sharon. >>> not much to talk about. there's an accident south of pulaski highway. the pole is leaning on the car. full speed ahead at the top and westside. here's a top look ahead. pretty empty. everything is running smoothly on all of the majors. there's a look at south of 100. back to you. >>> here's what people are certainly still talking about today. the not guilty verdict in the casey anthony murder trial. one of the prosecutors already resigned in the after math. this 53-year-old, jeff ashton is stepping down after 35 years of a prosecutor. he was the lead prosecutor in the trial. as for the defense attorneys, they were all cau
to be converted into houses and a hotel. sharon's got the traffic and marty's in the first warning weather center. >>> and that promenade is a great walk. >> yeah. >> it's a great walk. i do it all the time with the dogs. take a look at first warning doppler weather radar. we have showers exiting the lower 50 corridor. this is the lower disturbance that hassled this somewhat around firework time and brought rain to some areas as you're looking at the lower 50 corridor. this tells the story of high pressure continuing to run our weather. that's after the momentary pause and the warm flow is part of the morning and the day. 88 at lunch and on its way to 91. dinner time, 88 degrees. >>> any trouble with travel? here's sharon gibala with traffic control. >>> not much trouble at all. just a few issues. a disabled vehicle is still there on mountain road. also, watch for an accident on money creek road. otherwise, speeds are still up to par and above. there's a lye look at the westside. looking good on the inner and outer lupes. no issues on the east side. there's a look at 95 in and out of the fort mch
. wjz is live with first warning coverage, marty bass and bernadette woods is tracking temperatures. >> we will go straight to the numbers and they will update possibly as we speak. the latest numbers we have 86 degrees in baltimore. 90 in d.c. already. already 93 degrees in ocean city and dew points are very high at 69 degrees. when you factor all of that in together it already feels like 90 in baltimore. 101 down at the ocean. definitely want to go in the water today down there. now we do have some advisories that go into effect at noon. for more on that we will send it out to marty. >> thank you very much. good afternoon. let's make it official. look at our watch, warning and advisory. we are in effect right now. the heat advisory, the code red in effect and this will go through the -- this will go through the evening hours frankly no surprise. and in a forecast you look for a little bit of consistency. let's bring in a graphic. question now is, are we going to see thunderstorms like we saw roar through the area last night? well, yeah, it certainly is a possibility to see a coupl
beaming almost all of the day. so, is more on the way for the weekend? we have marty bass out in a sun filled out back. there >> reporter: it's comfortable. >> and tim williams is in the weather center. >> well, good afternoon, don an everyone. we have a few clouds out there. it's not a bad thing. high pressure is still dominating the forecast. take a look at the radar. the high is around charlottesville, virginia. this is rolling around the outer edges. we won't see much activity. we'll start to see clearing. the temperature now, 79 degrees. 80 on the shore and 72 in oakland. with the heat index and the dew point around 60, only 1 degree difference. we still have a nice day shaping up, much like yesterday. so, how does this play into the weekend activities? especially a special one. >> reporter: hey, thank you, everyone. tim said we have a fine day shaping up. we'll have a fine evening shaping up. that's a big deal. the baltimore orioles are in town playing the indians. the heros of america's great north coast. the game thyme, 7:05. we'll start the work with the orioles this week on t
killed a baltimore doctor back in 1998. dale martis confessed to killing the man dr. henry being aerman. dr. akerman was in memphis to buy a truck. a witness went to memphis police last month telling them to look at the doctor's disappearance. they wanted to know more about this so memphis contacted baltimore pd who have a huge file. they took the information to martis and he confessed to that killing. >>> well, redistricting will be a big topic in annapolis. there will be a public meeting this afternoon at one. a panel will submit a plan for redistricting maryland's 8th congressional district. >> that committee will submit a plan to the governor on redistricting the legislative district for state lawmakers. that plan will be submitted to the general assembly in january. >>> news time is 5:05. we deal with the snow. we do it in the winter. >> yeah. >> never in the summer. >> never. thank goodness. parts the southwest deal with a huge problem a different problem this summer. >>> now look at that. the difficulty drivers are having getting around the dust. >>> plus, firefighters have a dif
in effect. marty is in the weather center. >> 75 and where it is humid and where the winds are calm, warm and humid. 2979. >>> it is interesting, though. and warmer this time and i point out western maryland. much warmer than it was. mid-60s. a midupper 70s in hagerstown and mid70s. and 81 degrees ocean city. and rock hall the mid-70s. and westminster and bel air. warm humid air over the mid- atlantic. fighting for possession. cold air will win out. dynamics, severe weather south and east of the region. having said that. we'll see passing showers in the neighborhoods tonight. then it just gets beautiful. 98. call it 100. and there is the chance for a thunderstorm. partly cloudy. muggy. 70, cool it down. a diminished chance. 87 and 85, 89 and 88. take it away. >>> and here is sharon at traffic control. >> a overturned tractor-trailer t has take an while to clear up. we have an accident that's still there on 95 in the southbound lanes. that's at 175. and on to the accident and it's on southbound route 30 at the route 30 bypass there. and it is only allowing one lane to get by. we have a clo
commitment. it's a quarter past 6:00. marty's in the first warning weather center. >>> it's 76 degrees and calm winds barometer is slowly rising. we're at 29.79. look at how many locations are cooler today. minus 7 in oakland and cumberland and pax river, ocean city and cooler than this time yesterday morning 74 in hagerstown and 74 in elkton and 73 in easton and 70 in couple. still in the 60s in oakland. almost 80 in pax river and ocean city. 76 degrees, columbia. 79 bel air and 72 in westminster. 81 in annapolis and kent island. here's the big dome of the great lakes high pressure today. we'll have partly cloudy skies this afternoon. there's a chance of a passing shower, not unlike yesterday. probably south of the area is where it will be. beautiful as we move through the weekend. 90 degrees, i'm not changing the sky condition. i'm going to mention the chance of a thunderstorm this evening. partly cloudy and 66 overnight. form -- tomorrow, sunny and 85 degrees. 87 sunday, and monday. 90, monday, that's a beautiful forecast. >>> about to do your daily drive? here's sharon. >>> we clea
's actually foggy. sharon is watching the traffic and bernadette woods is in for marty bass in first warning weather. >>> good morning, everyone, okay, this is where we're starting out. it's another warm one. we jumped down to 68. really cooling down. it's muggy and going to get hot again this afternoon. we're going to the mid-90s, maybe not quite as muggy as yesterday? that's just splitting hairs. tomorrow, all of that skyrockets. tomorrow through the reeked, we're talk about temperatures approaching triple digits. we'll have a heat watch going into effect. >>> how about the rush? here's sharon with traffic control. >>> hi, don, we cleared up the accidents that we had. we have two disabled vehicles. the most recent is on 50 in the westbound lanes blocking the right lane. also, watch for the disabled vehicle on 95 past the fort mchenry toll plaza. two water main breaks on u.s. 40 and westbound johnny cake road. all lanes blocked on revolution street. take gerard to get around that. everything is at full speed on the beltway. there's a lye look at the -- there's a live look at the westside. r
i walked out the door. you're inside where? >> reporter: hey, marty, go long. we're live at webers cider mill farm. we'll tell you all about it as the eyewitness news morning,,,,, [ female announcer ] every box of general mills big g cereals can help your kids' school get extra stuff. ♪ like musical instruments. ♪ and new art supplies. ♪ because they're the only cereals with box tops for education. last year, schools earned over ten million dollars from big g cereals. you can raise money for your kids' school. look for this logo... only on big g cereals. you can make a difference. every cereal box counts. >>> do you have a favorite blog? if so, wjz is looking for the best in our blogger contest. the categories, dining, ent taint mrkts fitness, local affairs, pop culture and everything else. the blog with the most votes will win a $50 gift card to amazon. now over to marty. >>> 73 degrees right now. 71 is your dew point, a two-degree difference between temperature and dew point. it's getting slightly more comfortable. 93% humidity. winds calm. the barometer is 29.76. the fact
at camden yards. trouble up north on 95 and marty is in the first warning weather center. >> >> it's an absolutely great day's start. we have the big dome of canadian high pressure running the forecast. today, cut and paste of the word pleasant. >>> the trouble is north of us, but southbound. here's sharon. >>> big trouble on 95 southbound. all lanes are blocked from the get go this morning on 95 southbound. that's just in the area past maryland, 222. that's perryville. you can see, the traffic is diverted off of 95 southbound because of it. it's diverted from exit's 193. you can take pulaski to get around the situation. expect delays on 95 and delays on pulaski as well. we have an accident past the maryland line. another one in rosedale, a new one in hampstead at st. paul street. speeds on the beltway are up to par and above. everything's running smoothly on the top and the westside. traffic is diverted at 272. there's an accident there and there's another shot of 95 and 275. remember, wjz is always on, go to wjz.com for more. back to you, don. >>> this was the breaking news from
the three folksy just heard from. marty, you know as a community school, educational. he is a big deal. but when he goes of his out that big a deal. his wife is a powerhouse. their daughter, molly, is an up-and-coming an already excellent film maker. i mean, to be friends with marty is like winning the trifecta, frankly. marty, you are lucky man as well as a special friend. now josh kaufman has been a personal friend and our attorney for 30 years, a founding member of the board. he has -- he has gotten me out of trouble more than once, but i think more important that he has kept me from getting into trouble which is actually more important. the most recent, he stole our footage of the disgraceful documentary. anyway, i hope we will be friends for another 30 years. you look like to make it. i don't know if i will. a leader. c.s. tear us through some incredibly tough times. seats recoveries were here when our founding chairman -- sorry. lost a battle with cancer. then, of course, she inherited the job just as the worst. he had been just terrific. that is what to say a couple of words abo
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're not seeing much in the way of sunshine today. it's pretty humid. what's next on nature's agenda? here's marty bass. >> thank you very much. good afternoon. i have a couple of graphics first. we'll set up a very interesting scenario. we're still in this warm flow in the south and we're looking at a wind shift out to the northwest. having said that, there is a little weak frontal boundary, if you will, and it's pretty much hanging right over the area. that has allowed some shower activity to form and meander along it. primarily south of the metro grid or an east-west line across north avenue really, we have had very light shower activity meander across the area. we've had some clouds because of that. it's four degrees cooler now than it was at this time yesterday. this morning it was two degrees warmer than it was at this time yesterday. ultimately, the sun will come out in spurts. we'll get ourselves up to about 90 degrees. back to you. >>> they're already a nuisance for many people. sting bugs may be taking a toll on your next glass of wine. the pest is known to cause crop loss. maryland grow
of strain on the body and on pets. bge expects to break a record today. marty >> reporter: a haze, of dirty, unhealthy air in gulf maryland as one of the hottest waves of heat settles over the state. creating a dangerous cocktail of heat and humidity. >> people in the extreme ages are what we need to look out for. they don't have the mechanisms that healthy people have to ward off the heat. >> reporter: people did what they did to cool down. many headed to the nearest pool. >> it was hot. i got in for like an hour, i'm good now. >> reporter: this roofer was nearly unconscious after working in the heat. >> if it could happen to them, it could happen to you. they do it for a living. >> reporter: a person walking fell down and had to be treated. >> more people die of heat related illness in the u.s. than any other environmental conditions combined. >> reporter: today, the temperatures are hotter. the stress on your body sea greater and the danger is real. >> reporter: emergency services are up 30% in some parts of the state. state troopers are also patrolling for stranded drivers. mike hellgre
friend and colleague john merrow. [applause] >> thank you very much. thank you very much, josh, marty, sandy. on behalf of learning matters, our small and energetic production company, i am -- i express all our gratitude for you folks for being here -- i want to say just a quick word about the three folks who you just heard from. marty you know as community schools, president of the institute for educational leadership and he's a big deal. but when he goes home, he's not that big of a deal. his wife helen blank is a power house. their daughter molly is an up and coming and already excellent filmmaker to to be friends with marty is like winning the trifecta, frankly. marty, you're a lucky man as well as a special friend. now, josh kauffman has been, as he said, a personal friend and our attorney for 30 years. a founding member of the board. he has gotten me out of trouble more than one but more importantly he's kept me from getting into trouble which is actually more important. what was the most recent one was david guggenheim of the disgraceful documentary waiting for superman. josh,
in a second. first, we'll start with marty. >>> hey, andrea, welcome to studio a. this is a number that pretty much almost tells the story of the morning. same temperature as this time yesterday. the dew point is down 10 degrees. we're in the low to mid-60s now as opposed to the low 70s of yesterday. it's a clear, beautiful day's start. 87 at lunch and going to a high of 89 degrees. >>> is the commute as beautiful as the weather? we're in traffic control. >>> hi, there, andrea. it's not that beautiful, but it's not bad. it's blocking a lane of route 40 west at joppa farm road. the left lane is blocked there and all lanes are blocked because of fire activity in the city. you can take hickory as the alternate this morning. meantime, there's a look at the drive times and the speeds on the beltway. there's a live look outside. everything is running smoothly. we had an earlier disabled vehicle running now. for traffic information any time, go to wjz.com. andrea, back to you. >>> here's what people are talking about today. three people are shot then set on fire in a home in north east baltimore. som
? >> that looks good. check in with don and marty for the update on first warning forecast >> >> up next in sports, can the orioles ever break this losing streak? if i were a customer, i'd like nonstop travel because it's quicker. because it's convenient. it's just the best way to go. keeps the cost down. [ male announcer ] southwest airlines has added new nonstop flights from bwi airport to south carolina. it means more time doing the things i want to do. it's easy. it's hassle-free. there's no headaches. [ male announcer ] fly southwest airlines' new nonstops from bwi airport to greenville-spartanburg and charleston, south carolina. i like nonstop travel because... you don't got any more stuff. [ laughter ] [ ding ] >>> orioles, seven straight, now? >> 12 of 13. in boston, orioles hammered their way out of frustration. scoring at will over the red sox before yielding every single one right back in the bottom of it and getting swept out of time >> >> fresh off the heels of a two- run homer, blooper into no man's land. heading home and full stream ahead, mark reynolds, three, two, -- birds lead by
. toyota moving forward. marty mapped don -- and don, back to you. >> ron matz. >> reporter: we're at the bryn mawr school north baltimore just off charles street as we preview the young vic theater, the 44th year. brian goodman, the general manager of young vic. how are you doing? >> i love you in the yeoman's hat. i'll put you in the chorus. >> reporter: just one technicality. this is the 41st year. >> this is only the fourth time. it's the hardest gilbert and sullivan to do because it's the most like grand opera. for those yearning for opera, it's a show to see. >> reporter: we're up to the challenge. who do we have, your name. >> jeffrey williams. >> and jimmy jams. >> reporter: jim mcreynolds is back there on keyboard. are we ready to go? maestro, music, if you please. ♪, , ♪ >> reporter: we're running out of time. the young vic theater 41st year. >> wwwytb.org. >> reporter: thank you. great performance. tim mcreynolds, do you know any other songs? it's just another manic monday. awesome, awesome. young vic theater. it starts this weekend right here at bryn mawr school.
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, but we'll head over to marty. >> mid-70s, still humid. it's more comfortable than it was. 4:00 this afternoon it will be a ton more comfortable with a high of 94 and not a lot of hu. now over to sharon gibala. how's it going into good morning. if you are about to head out, typical delays on 95 as well as the west side. taking a look at 95 at the tunness. everything is moving smoothly. that earlier disabled accident is gone. we have an accident in dundalk, so it could take awhile to clear up at rose bank. take north point road instead. meantime, there is a live look at the west side of the beltway, not run sog slow at u.s. 40. this traffic report is brought to you by home paramount. call home paramount at 888-888-home. >>> the deadline for raising the debt ceiling is causing concern for many in maryland. >> reporter: many marylanders say they're not only worry bud frustrated. hundreds turned out at the social security headquarters in wood lawn. there are nearly 300,000 workers and they have $60 billion in federal contracts. one of the leading credit agencies put maryland on n
the committee today to introduce the president's nominee for chairman of the fdic, marty gruenberg. marty worked on the staff of the senate banking committee for almost two decades, both as staff director of the subcommittee on international finance and monetary policy and as senior counsel, and i think all would agree made an extraordinary contribution to the work of the committee, and i should take a moment just to recognize all staff to the committee who do a terrific job day in and day out. i have enormous respect and admiration for those who staff the committee and this committee in particular has had very high standards over the years. during his time on the committee, he was involved in all of the major legislation enacted by the banking committee, including the financial institution and reform recovery act, the federal deposit insurance corporation improvement act, highly relevant for this nomination, gramm-leach-bliley, sarbanes-oxley and so forth. in august of 2005, he was appointed by the president george w. bush to the fdic as vice chairman and of course was confirmed, was recommende
's performance. argument. >> i agree with marty. a way to get this dea is to include a fair amount of tax revenue by closing loopholes so the first question would be can you get the republicans to agree to that? clearly there are republican economists who will agree that, as we areeeing... >> rose: sitting with one of them. >> but there aren't many members of congress who will agree that. interestly, the speaker of the house, john boehner, appears to be one of them but he didn't think he had his caucus there so he came back. if you get the republicans to agree to a deal with that, the question then becomes can you get enough democrats to make some of these changes-- which are really cuts-- to the future growth of medicare and social security? my guess is that you could. you'd get a lot of defections from the democrats but when you combine a good number of republicans with the number of democrats you get, youldget a deal. but we're not getting over that first hurdle. republicans aren'tilling to increase tax revenue at all. so that's what brings us back to this smaller deal rather than the larger d
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